Etta and Otto and Russell and James by Emma Hooper

I've gone. I've never seen the water, so I've gone there. I will try to remember to come back. Etta's greatest unfulfilled wish, living in the rolling farmland of Saskatchewan, is to see the sea. And so, at the age of eighty-two she gets up very early one morning, takes a rifle, some chocolate, and... Continue Reading →

Elizabeth is Missing by Emma Healey

Maud has problems with her memory. She finds herself stocking her cupboards full of peaches because she can't remember what to buy at the shop. To help, she leaves notes to herself around the house and in her handbag to remind herself: Coffee helps memory And No more peach slices Elizabeth is a good friend... Continue Reading →

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